Gardens are a growing trend in correctional facilities in Kentucky, reports the Lexington Herald Leader. The Jessamine County Detention Center in Nicholasville just plowed up six acres and is planting mainly corn, potatoes and cabbage, three of its highest volume products, but also plans to add crops like watermelon, cantaloup, cucumber and squash.
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